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Help needed!!!!! Advice/deals on London shows/hotels/restaurants

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago

It's my 10th wedding Anniversary in June. I'm looking to take my wife to London to celebrate/drown our sorrows! :)

Looking at the weekend of the 20th. I'm trying to make it a weekend to remember. Top class hotel, top restaurant, west end show and the London Eye. Obviously looking to save money where I can without cutting the corners!

Looking to make up for being an arse 12 years ago! Long story, but proposed when I was very drunk she was stone cold sober (classy I know!) my wife refused until I asked when I was being the arse I was I refused to ask her again. She ended up asking me.

Any advice/recommendations and especially deals appreciated!!
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago

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Check out Londontown .com
I have used them many times and you can book all of your needs from this site.
Hope you get something sorted out.:thumbsup:
Have you tried for hotels and theatre you can get fairly good deals on top price tickets HTH
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We will rock you is a great show. There are many discount ticket sites, I will try and find some. Good on you for wanting to make it up to her after all this time, respect! :thumbsup:
If you end up booking something at the O2 Dome, you could do what I did with the missus when we went to a concert there earlier this year.

The booking site (can't remember which one, but it may have been ticketmaster) offered the chance of booking a trip on the Thames Clipper catamaran, from the jetty in front of the Eye all the way to the Dome, and back again afterwards.

They start a direct service about 3 hours before the performance, leaving every 30 mins. Journey takes about 30 mins and cost me £5 each, each way.

Miles nicer than the tube and one heck of a lot more civilised. If you get a good day, it's great and teh journey back in the dark is London from a different perspective again.
I'd recommend the Hilton Tower Bridge Hotel. We stayed there late '08. We chose it because the price was very reasonable compared to most of the other hotels in the area and the good reviews about it online. The rooms were impeccably clean, well decorated and spacious. The service was great. We were given a free room upgrade with complimentary wine as we were celebrating a special occassion. Perfect central location so we saved £ on taxis as many places we wanted to visit were within walking distance. We'll definately be going back. Best of luck with your plans!
Oh, and don't forget Quidco cashback and I've just noticed a post about Hilton disounts if you book by 22nd May which includes Tower Bridge and many others in central London.

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